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    Quote Originally Posted by sanveane View Post
    It surprises me when some ENFPs don't seem to grasp that? Though perhaps that's a type bias, expecting that NF automatically means caring etc. Idk, it just strikes me as odd. If it's upsetting your partner why not try and work on it... makes me think that attention from others is more important than anything?
    Come to think about it? This is a really good point. Further justifies why I should keep quiet more often.. Maybe it's better to keep my happiness self-contained? When I'm friendly, it's really the way I am, mostly meant to keep the mood jovial.. I operate that way. After reading this response, it really makes sense now. Totally will take into consideration.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Delilah View Post
    So, you are just here to troll?
    I give each participant what they seek. Reasonable people get reason. Argumentative people get argument. Considerate people get consideration. Lame people get lameness. Next time you get nothing because you are nothing, by virtue of the lack of content you create.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Viv View Post
    Come to think about it? This is a really good point. Further justifies why I should keep quiet more often.. Maybe it's better to keep my happiness self-contained? When I'm friendly, it's really the way I am, mostly meant to keep the mood jovial.. I operate that way. After reading this response, it really makes sense now. Totally will take into consideration.
    Flirting does not equal friendly. Flirting is sexual or romantic in nature. Can we at least cop to this?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Synarch View Post
    On the surface they probably see it as "connecting with others" or "being friendly", but when you scratch the surface it's usually a need to be liked above all else. This has to come from the outside as they cannot get it from within because that would require introspection and strength.
    wow synarch that's just fucked up.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Viv View Post
    Come to think about it? This is a really good point. Further justifies why I should keep quiet more often.. Maybe it's better to keep my happiness self-contained? When I'm friendly, it's really the way I am, mostly meant to keep the mood jovial.. I operate that way. After reading this response, it really makes sense now. Totally will take into consideration.
    No, I don't mean friendly, I know some people get that twisted. I'm talking about flirting. And that it's often hurtful to play with people's feelings.

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    ^Oh I see.. Yeah.. I have a friend ESFJ, who really knows how to get the guys going- I mean- she's good at it, and I don't think that she quite gets it.

    Friendliness may come off as flirtiness.. there are certain ways in which things can get waay too far. Yup. I think at that point it's best to ask if we would like to treat others that way? To put ourselves in check.. I do a lot.

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    Upon further developments in this thread stains NE is fried and he is now temporarily out of service. But he did leave this message "ENFPs FI feeds their NE externaly by the use of flirting. This is known as the new concept of (tickle). The problem is that as individuals some don't know where the edge of the cliff is. This also could be due to SI. However, NT may never understand the symbol (tickle).


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    everyone uses every function about evenly. take NE for example. if there are those who don't use it much, then why are there such massive amounts of people constantly flowing through Wallmart with 20 items or less?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Synarch View Post
    I give each participant what they seek. Reasonable people get reason. Argumentative people get argument. Considerate people get consideration. Lame people get lameness. Next time you get nothing because you are nothing, by virtue of the lack of content you create.
    I asked you reasonable questions considering the venomous nature of your posts here. This is clearly an emotional hot button for you, and I am curious as to why.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Delilah View Post
    I asked you reasonable questions considering the venomous nature of your posts here. This is clearly an emotional hot button for you, and I am curious as to why.
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    So, you are just here to troll?
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    Considering the hard line attacks you seem to be making against those darn flirty NFs, it seemed a very reasonable question. Why so defensive? How many NTs have asked you questions that make you feel that way?
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    It really is, thanks.

    Since we are being honest, how many NFs have dumped you?
    Reviewing your past questions I don't know how I could have gotten the idea that you were someone unworthy of seriousness. It is a mystery. I will have to think on it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by erinavery View Post
    wow synarch that's just fucked up.
    It's a bit harsh, yes. However, it could be true to a degree. And it could also be true that the SO on the sidelines is insecure and needs his/her partners attentions solely on them. Especially if it was the flirting that attracted him/her to the SO in the first place. And it could be said that the SO feels empty and sought out that flirtatious person to make him/her feel alive and wanted. We all have our issues to some degree. No one is perfect, not even lovely dear Synarch. But we just learn from life...

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